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Can Your Former Employer Sue You For Opening Your Own Business After You Quit?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Pessimists call it the Great Resignation, but maybe it is more like the Great Enterprise.  Increasing numbers of employees are resigning from their positions of employment to seek opportunities where they do not have to deal with work supervisors bossing them around and micromanaging them.  Who can blame them when you consider that wages… Read More »

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Music Producer Sues Scooter Braun For Breach Of Contract Over Unpaid Royalties

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Every time you go to the supermarket, you hear pop songs on the radio that topped the charts years ago.  You probably know all the words to some of them, despite not especially being a fan of the artists and having never owned a record, cassette tape, or CD of the songs, depending on… Read More »

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Is There Still Time To Seek Repayment Of Debts Owed To Your Business?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Kitab al-Muwashsha is a social etiquette manual written in Iraq in the tenth century.  One of its chapters contains anecdotes and poems about how you should not promise to give people money and other assets that are not currently in your possession.  Most businesses today do not follow this advice, nor would it be… Read More »

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3 Personal Reasons For Business Partnership Disputes

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

The business partnership disputes you read about in the news tend to stem from egregiously dishonest or villainous actions, such as fraud, embezzlement, and misuse of confidential information.  Most businesses fall apart within a few years of being established, but it is usually not for such newsworthy reasons.  Most of the time, the business… Read More »

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Arbitration Is For Business Heavyweights, Too

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Just as some couples use mediation for their divorce proceeding instead of going to trial, some business disputes go through arbitration out of court rather than being litigated in front of a judge. Arbitration can be less contentious than a court battle, but there is also less transparency; while an open trial better ensures… Read More »

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When Business Deals Fall Apart Because Of Fraud

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Some businesses can attract customers and investors simply by allowing their products to stand on their own merits. If your company deals in tasty sandwiches or attractive footwear, for instance, all you need is some customers to taste or see your merchandise and hope word of mouth spreads. Software as a service is a… Read More »

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Cybersecurity Can Make Or Break Your Company’s Reputation And Bottom Line

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

Only half of small businesses are still operating five years after they incorporate. But what determines which ones stay afloat while the others become insolvent and close? Is it brand identity? Is it budgeting and sticking to a budget? Sometimes it is something much less glamorous. (You know you are a business school nerd… Read More »

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Enforcement of Commercial Contracts during the Pandemic

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted California businesses in numerous ways. One of those consequences is the inability of many businesses to now comply with their obligations under contracts they executed pre-pandemic. Here are some questions to consider when faced with the possibility of failing to perform contract obligations during these times, or if a… Read More »

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What is ‘Safe’ in COVID-19 Times?

By Obagi Law Group, P.C. |

The COVID-19 pandemic has spread across the world. Following the gradual reopening, business owners fear claims by customers and employers of catching the virus in their premises. As of the end of August, infections passed 680,000 and deaths totaled 12,400 in California. As a result, the amount of claims in California has surged both… Read More »

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